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[movies]Follow Me Again - United States. Army
"Dramatizes conferences between regimental and company officers during which programs designed to prepare the serviceman for his return to civilian life are discussed. One officer objects to the time required for these programs complaining that his other duties must suffer. It is pointed out to him that the preparation of the serviceman for his role in civilian life is the most important duty imposed upon the officer."U.S...
Keywords: Leadership; World War, 1939-1945; Command of Troops; World War II; United States. Army; United States. -- Army -- Army Education Program; US Army; Veterans -- Education -- United States; Veterans; Training Film
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[movies]Opportunity Knocks Again - United States. Army
1945 U.S. Army Educational Film # EF-2 Opportunity Knocks Again.Starring Dana Andrews and some character actors whose names I don't know. Description at the National Archives: "Consists of orientation lectures designed to prepare the serviceman for his return to civilian life. Describes job opportunities and directs the serviceman to his educational officer for further guidance in the selection of a job field."National Archives Identifier: 24372 As always, any error or typo is mine and if you en...
Keywords: WWII; United States. -- Army -- Army Education Program; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; US Army; Soldiers -- Education, Non-military -- United States; United States. Army; Dana Andrews; Training Film
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[texts]PAM 21-27 How About Your Education? - United States. War Department
DA PAM 21-27 How About Your Education? 1945-04-03 "If you have been doing some private postwar planning (and who hasn't?) you have probably run into a number of questions. Perhaps you have heard a great deal of discussion about the GI Bill of Rights; you know that it provides for education and training after the war. You may not be certain, however, just how these provisions affect your own plans. If you have been taking courses through the United States Armed Forces Institute, you will have add...
Keywords: DA pam; Department of the Army Pamphlet; United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; US Army; United States. -- Army -- Handbooks, Manuals, etc; WWII; United States. -- Army -- Army Education Program; Soldiers -- Education, Non-military -- United States
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